... and I am totally unsure how I am going to run things. I expected about 6-8 people and now I have at the very least 17 and potentially about 30 attendees! 90% of them are going to be first timers or very new. There will be a good number of discs, most people should have a driver and putter but there may be a few people who will have to share. This will be at Hudson mills on a WEEKEND, so it will already be busy.
My questions are: What is even the proper etiquette for running that many people on a course? It's a social event so I don't want to IMMEDIATELY break them off into groups though I am sure I will eventually HAVE to, but as far as other golfers on the course? I always let people play through when appropriate but with this many people with me, should I let one or two play through, play our round, one or two play through, play our round... should I let them roll through until there is a break in the flow of people? And then as far as my people, I'm sure there's going to be a good deal of wayward throws and that may hold up the group, is there anything I can do to make things go faster, like a doubles type situation where people take turns alternating on the same disc, from drive all the way to the basket? (That might help with spotters, as I'm sure discs will be lost)
Feeling a little overwhelmed, haha!